Today’s Headlines

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  • SANDAG stays the course against transit opponents (Voice of San Diego)
  • West Hollywood bans riding ebikes on the sidewalk (WEHOville)
  • Waze, Mountain View pilot a discounted carpool service (Patch)
  • Hit-and-runs often go unsolved (Mercury News)
  • Federal Complete Streets bill introduced (Transport Topics)
  • Creative crosswalks are still meeting resistance (NPR)
  • Delays in releasing federal transit funding cause real harm (Transportation for America)
  • Can L.A.’s Skid Row be a model for affordable development? (Beyond Chron)
  • S.F. mayor tired of delays in building housing (SF Chronicle)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

Today’s Headlines

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  • Oh joy: After years of testing, BART announces all trains will get bike straps (SF Gate)
  • Five transformative impacts of bicycling (Meeting of the Minds)
  • Anaheim’s bus network is more electric, less paper based (Orange County Register)
  • Developers aren’t always the enemy (Governing)
  • Corporate tax cuts block affordable housing (Sacramento Bee)
  • State and local governments are suing oil companies over climate change (Route Fifty)
  • Free speech endangered: ICE arrests activist who recited a poem of protest (SF Chronicle)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

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